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FILE - In this Sept. 2, 2016 file photo, Alicia Keys performs on NBC's "Today" show in New York. Keys wrote the song “Back to Life” for the Disney film, “Queen of Katwe” starring Lupita Nyong’O and David Oyelowo. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)

(Houston) The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has set the stage for 21 of music’s hottest stars to perform during the 2017 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

On sale now on the RODEOHOUSTON website.

Tuesday, March 7 – Aaron Watson
Wednesday, March 8 – Old Dominion
Thursday, March 9 – Chris Stapleton
Friday, March 10 – Alicia Keys
Saturday, March 11 – Alan Jackson
Sunday, March 12 – The Chainsmokers
Monday, March 13 – Sam Hunt
Tuesday, March 14 – Meghan Trainor
Wednesday, March 15 – Thomas Rhett
Thursday, March 16 – Luke Bryan
Friday, March 17 – Fifth Harmony
Saturday, March 18 – Willie Nelson
Sunday, March 19 – Banda El Recodo | Siggno
Monday, March 20 – Florida Georgia Line
Tuesday, March 21 – ZZ Top
Wednesday, March 22 – Chris Young
Thursday, March 23 – Blink 182
Friday, March 24 – Dierks Bentley
Saturday, March 25 – Brad Paisley
Sunday, March 26 – Zac Brown Band


– Rodeo ticket prices range from $18 to $25, plus applicable fees. A few performances may have a limited number of tickets, including scattered singles (no two seats together), available from $30 to $100, as well as Chute Seats, for $300 or $350.
– Upper-level Value Wednesday tickets are $10.

‘Raining Men’ Disco Queen To Entertain LGBT Houston For Super Bowl

‘Raining Men’ Disco Queen Will Entertain LGBT Houston For Super Bowl

‘Raining Men’ Disco Queen Will Entertain LGBT Houston For Super Bowl

The Biggest Disco Queen Set To Perform Live In Montrose Over Super Bowl Weekend.

HOUSTON — JAN 28 — It’s definitely ‘Raining Men’ this Super Bowl Sunday at the popular Montrose LGBT nightclub F Bar Houston. The nightclub has just confirmed with About Magazine that Disco Queen Martha Wash will be performing live on Sunday February 5.

Martha’s voice has dominated the airwaves and embraced millions of people around the world. She is responsible for some of the top-selling, most recognizable pop hits of the 80s and 90s. “It’s Raining Men”, the cult pop classic, is still heard everywhere… the radio, movies, commercials, TV. “Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” was the highlight of C&C Music Factory’s career, and sold 5 1/2 million copies worldwide.


Her musical career begin at the age of two in her parents’ church in her native San Francisco. She went on to study opera and tour Europe while only in high school. Martha became part of a contemporary gospel group called N.O.W. (News of The World) and the mix of classical and gospel training accounts for her seemingly effortless transition, from ballads to dance music to pop.

In addition to her vast career in pop music, Martha has also starred in major theater productions, and has recorded numerous jingles and movie soundtracks (Kiss Me Guide, First Wives Club, Mighty Ducks, Gun Ho).

Houston Gay Nightclub Books Celebrities For Super Bowl

Houston Gay Nightclub Brings In Weekend Of Celebrities For Super Bowl Weekend

EXCLUSIVE: Houston’s F Bar Dives Into Super Bowl 2017 With A-List Grammy-Winning Performers All Weekend.

HOUSTON — JAN 27 — It’s starting to look a lot like Super Bowl in Houston. Search lights are shinning, celebrities are being spotted, and NRG Stadium has been filled with ‘balls,’ literally. Tonight sources connected with LGBT nightclub F Bar tell About Magazine that the club has secured a weekend of celebrity icons, a different one each night will perform, starting on Friday, February 3.

Reports say Icon Milira Jones better known as Milira, with chart topping hits like: “Go Outside in the Rain” and “Mercy Mercy Me,” will bring down the house with her Motown era entertainment.

On Saturday night February 4, it is reported that superstar CeCe Peniston, one of the most successful dance club artists in the history of Billboard Hot Dance Music will perform live. Peniston’s career includes scoring five number one hits on the chart within three years. Her signature song “Finally” became one of the biggest dance singles, selling three million copies worldwide.

And it looks that Game day Sunday could be the highlight of the weekend for Houston’s LGBT community. We cannot safely say the name just yet. But it is one amazing ‘Disco Queen.’

Glee Star Alex Newell Will Headline 2017 Diana Awards

Glee Star Alex Newell Will Headline 2017 Diana Awards

Glee Star Alex Newell Will Headline 2017 Diana Awards

Historic Diana Foundation Announces Glee Star As Headliner For 64th Annual Gala

HOUSTONJAN 26 — Singing sensation Alex Newell from the Fox hit show Glee has been announced as the headlining act for the 64th Annual Diana Award to be held in Houston, Texas on Saturday, March 18, 2017.

Recognized as the oldest continuously active gay organization in the United States, The Diana Foundation proudly announced that well-known comedian and entertainer, Sister Helen Holy will host the black-tie gala this year, at the downtown House of Blues. Also included in the historic evening will be traditional local, live stage production numbers; community beneficiary recognition; and more.

Alex Newell burst onto the television scene as Wade “Unique” Adams, a male-to-female transgender character on Glee. Newell’s role was a groundbreaking piece of television acting, and Newell was eventually promoted from guest star to recurring cast member to main cast member.

“We’re excited to have Alex Newell, a phenomenal vocalist, trailblazer, and advocate for the LGBTQ community, join us for the 64th Diana Awards,” said Tanner Williams, president of The Diana Foundation. “Continued support for this historic and iconic Houston event from performing artists like Alex Newell and our local community allows us to provide much-needed financial support for our local beneficiaries.”

Founded in 1953, The Diana Foundation has focused on assisting the needs of the LGBTQ+ community by distributing funds to organizations that are dedicated to providing services that enhance the lives of individuals.

Beneficiaries for the 2016-17 fiscal year include The Botts Collection: University of Houston LGBT Archive Endowment Fund, Lazarus House, and Out for Education.

For more information about The Diana Foundation, this year’s show, or to purchase tickets, please visit